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MSNBC
Nov 19, 2009 10:00pm EST
-governor finally answers the question, just one year and 51 days after katie couric asked it. >> i read the news max and the "frontiersman" and "wall street journal" and everything online. >> the indoor football team that's going to play in wasilla. that's below the ad for the free copy of the book and up and to the left from the other ad for the other free copy of the book. all that and more now on "countdown." >> the huntin' and the fishin' and the hockey mom. >>> good evening from new york. republicans have been claiming that in 2,074 pages, the senate health care reform bill is longer tolstoy's "war and peace," longer than harry potter's books, longer than the king james bible, but when the democrats point out once you adjust to the size of an actual book, it's about the same size as the sarah palin memoir, which runs 413 pages. our fifth story in the "countdown," more substantial republican arguments at killing reform obliterated from the congressional budget analysis of the bill. you recall when majority leader reid unveiled the score from the cbo deficit recited as $127 billion i
MSNBC
Nov 20, 2009 8:00pm EST
the kings of late night. >> sarah palin says that she felt ambushed when katie couric asked her what newspaper she read. this coming from a woman who hunts wolves from a helicopter. >>> all that and more now on "countdown." >>> good evening from new york. i'm lawrence o'donnell in for keith olbermann. perhaps the biggest misconception to gain currency in this year's health care debate is never before has congress gotten this far in passing reform. looking ahead to tomorrow night's procedural vote in the senate, our fifth story on the "countdown," it is worth remembering that at this stage in 1994, there was no doubt hillary clinton's health care reform bill would get 60 votes in the senate to proceed to debate. it wasn't even a question. this time the majority leader is rolling the met for cal dice. senator harry reid scheduled a cloture vote on a motion to proceed to debate without being sirn of the outcome. a high ranking staff member in the democratic leadership characterized reid's level of confidence for us as, quote, cautiously optimistic. to win the motion to proceed, sen
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